THE GOOD: ~The graphics ~The game play ~The story line ~Good replay ability ~Sound ~The vehicles ~The whole Bond thing ~Worth your money
THE BAD: ~The multiplayer
SUMMARY: Well let’s start off saying that this is a vast improvement from the past games in almost every way. The game of course starts you off in the middle of action, as this is Bond, and it set off a good impression of what the game was going to be like.
Unlike its predecessors the game is set in a 3rd person camera angle. As a result of having 3rd person it has allowed EA games to do more character movements, which immeasurably helps out in the game.
Though out the game, James Bond once again visits exotic locals and this gives more of an atmosphere when you are playing. The immense level design and the amount of levels (over 25 levels) give more replay value that is most needed when it comes down to action games.
The other unique thing about the level design is the multiple path’s in which you can take. For instance in one of the ea...
THE GOOD: Looks great, really do feel you're in a bond film. Multiplayer is also good value for money
THE BAD: Lousy auto aim, levels vary wildly in difficulty and length and it gets very, very hard.
SUMMARY: The idea is simple play a movie rather than a game so part 3rd person shooter, part stealth, part vehicle racer all loveingly rendered it's certainly value for money (the multiplayer is very well thought out with new co-op levels).
But many levels in the main game start with no explanation as to what to do, the free fall one being the perfect example the whole level takes 30 seconds to do (no really) but it will take you at least 12 goes to do it- that gets pretty dull.
The fighting and shooting is good but your auto aim has a mind of its own and as the baddies get tougher and come at you with everything you will be cursing it. Some of the levels are also unneccissarily hard- the last one, the chase on the bike level, the absailing down the dam (and that's about level 3 ). Other's are...